Bellevue, Washington–(business wire)– Un-carrier pushes it to the limit… again. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today announced that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, S23+ and S23 are available for pre-order in stores and online starting Friday, February 17th. Only T-Mobile’s Network Can Illuminate His 5G Standalone 3-Carrier Aggregation Unlocks The Full Potential Of His New 5G Device, Faster And More Responsive Than Non-Equipped Phones Realize New and existing customers get Samsung Galaxy S23+ free (up to $1000 off) when you trade in Magenta MAX or add Samsung Galaxy S23 to Magenta MAX for free (up to $800 off) via 24-month billing credit ) can be purchased at Plus, save even more on nearly all plans, including Business.
“T-Mobile customers get an experience without compromise, which means an industry-leading 5G network and industry-leading value,” said Mike Sievert, CEO of T-Mobile. “Un-carrier is the only place where you can unlock the full potential of Samsung’s latest super phone.”
State-of-the-art 5G network
As America’s leader in 5G and winning more network awards for 2023 and beyond, T-Mobile remains ahead of the game as the only wireless provider to enable 5G standalone three-carrier aggregation on part of its network. increase. band 5G. It’s like adding lanes to a highway, where traffic can zoom in freely and go faster than before.
Let’s see how the Samsung Galaxy S21 (without 3 carrier aggregation) compares to T-Mobile’s new Samsung Galaxy S23!
Speed varies by location. Typical download speeds on T-Mobile’s 5G network range from 43 to 143 Mbps, with peaks of over 1 Gbps.
This shows why upgrading to a modern device with modern networking capabilities can make it faster and more responsive than ever before. Devices with three-carrier aggregation enabled are, on average, 16% faster than those without. In fact, a T-Mobile engineer confirmed that peak speeds he exceeds 3 Gbps. And that’s not all. As T-Mobile’s momentum continues, the Samsung Galaxy S23 series will also be one of his first products to leverage 5G standalone four-carrier aggregation in the future.
All three Galaxy S23 smartphones support this feature. To decide which Galaxy S23 lineup to choose from, check out the full list of offers and device specs below.
Free Samsung Galaxy S23+ (or $1,000 off any of the S23 lineup) with an eligible trade-in for Magenta MAX or 50% off S23+ (or up to $500 off), eligible on almost any plan trade-in.
Samsung Galaxy S23 free (or $800 off any of the S23 lineup) when you add a line with Magenta MAX or a qualifying business plan, or up to 50% off the S23 when you add a line with almost any plan (400 dollar discount) — no trade required.
When you buy one of Samsung’s new devices, Samsung offers a free memory upgrade (only on pre-order). That means you can get a 256GB Samsung Galaxy S23 phone for the price of 128GB.
T-Mobile for Business customers also get a free Samsung Galaxy S23+ (or $1000 off) with a qualifying business plan when they switch to T-Mobile. Learn more about this and T-Mobile for Business here.
Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup:
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra combines the best features of the Galaxy Note series with the S series to better enable new ways to work and create on the go, including the new enhanced S Pen. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra packs a 6.8-inch QHD+ display along with cameras that include a 200MP wide-angle lens and a 12MP front-facing camera. The Galaxy S23 Ultra has a 5,000 mAh battery that lasts 20% more. Get the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in Phantom Black, Cream, Green, and Lavender starting at $50/month ($0 discount, FRP: $1199.99).
The Samsung Galaxy S23+ features a 6.6-inch FHD+ flat display, triple cameras on the back, and doubles the base storage from 128 GB to 256 GB. It has a 12MP front-facing camera, a 4,700mAh battery, and wireless PowerShare. Get a 128 GB or 256 GB Samsung Galaxy S23+ in Phantom Black, Cream, Green and Lavender starting at $41.67 per month (down $0, FRP: $999.99).
The Samsung Galaxy S23 touts a 6.1-inch FHD+ flat display. It has a 12MP front-facing camera and a triple rear camera with a 50MP wide-angle lens. Plus, it comes with a 3,900 mAh battery and Wireless PowerShare. Get a 128GB or 256GB Samsung Galaxy S23 in Phantom Black, Cream, Green and Lavender starting at $33.34/month ($0 down, FRP: $799.99).
All monthly payments are for 24 months and are credit-checked for T-Mobile’s interest-free equipment installment plans.
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Limited time offer; subject to change. A tax on the pre-credit price paid at the time of sale. To continue any remaining billing credits, please contact us prior to canceling the service. Alternatively, a credit stop and required financial contract balance is required (e.g. $799.99 – Samsung Galaxy S23 128GB / $999.99 – Samsung Galaxy S23+ 256GB). Qualifying credits, services and/or trade-ins (e.g. $1,000 savings: Samsung GS21+ / $800 savings: Samsung GS21) / $400 savings: Samsung Note 5) required. If you canceled your circuit in the last 90 days, you may need to reactivate your circuit first. A $35 device connection fee must be paid at the time of sale. Up to $1,000 in billing credits. Must be active and in good standing to receive credit. Allow 2 billing cycles. Up to 4 discounted devices/accounts. May not be combined with some offers and discounts. memory upgrade: Offer ends February 1, 2023 – February 16, 2023 or while supplies last. Port-in up to $1000: Via a virtual prepaid card at $200 per line for up to 5 switched MAX lines. Allow 8 weeks. Eligible credits, services and port-ins required. Card issued by Sunrise Banks NA, FDIC member. No access to cash, expires in 6 months.
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